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Shure SCM410
Shure SCM410
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Product Code: 9999-03938


Shure SCM410 Four-Channel Automatic Microphone Mixer

Shure SCM410 Four-Channel Automatic Microphone Mixer

Shure SCM410 Four-Channel Automatic Microphone Mixer
Automatic mixing is a tremendous problem-solving tool allowing sound system installers to eliminate common problems such as insufficient gain before feedback and muddy speech quality. Shure is the industry leader in automatic mixing with our unique IntelliMix technology. IntelliMix automatically gates microphones on and off to optimize sound quality in conference facilities, houses of worship, governmental institutions, schools, etc.  Shure's SCM410 Automatic Mixer puts all the seamless performance of the 8-channel SCM810 - the recognized standard in automatic mixing - into a half-rack space.

 SCM410 Key Benefits:

  • Increases the clarity and intelligibility of speech
  • Dramatically reduces feedback, reverberation, and comb filtering
  • Automates several rigorous operator functions
  • Minimizes set up time - plug and play
  • Frees up channels on the mixing console

The SCM410 can be used as a turnkey mixing solution in a variety of speech applications:

  • Fixed Audio Installations - houses of worship, schools, conference facilities, legislature, hotels
  • Portable Applications - rentals, A/V carts, portable audio racks
  • Interfaces with Crestron control systems
Shure SCM410 Features
IntelliMix- the most advanced and effective automatic mixing algorithm available, incorporating:
  • Noise Adaptive Threshold
  • MaxBus
  • Last Mic Lock-On
  • NOMA (Number of Open Mics Attenuated) - automatic gain adjustment as additional microphones are activated
  • Inputs and Outputs - 4 balanced mic level XLR inputs, 1 balanced mic/line switchable XLR output, and 1 unbalanced RCA auxiliary output
Shure SCM410 Specifications
Measurement Conditions (unless otherwise specified):
Line voltage 120 Vac, 60 Hz (SCM410) or 230 Vac, 50 Hz (SCM410E); full gain; 1 kHz, one channel activated; source impedances: Mic 150 ohms; terminations: Line/Mic Aux 10 kilohms

Frequency Response (at 1 kHz, channel controls centered)

50 Hz to 20 kHz +/- 2 dB; -3 dB corner at 25 Hz
Total Harmonic Distortion
<0.1% at +4 dBu output level, 50 Hz to 20 kHz (through 22 Hz to 22 kHz filter; Input at 12 o' clock and Master at 12 o' clock, all other controls full counterclockwise)
Hum and Noise (150 ohm source; through 22 Hz to 22 kHz filter)
Equivalent Input Hum and Noise: ­123 dBV max., ­125 dBV typical
Output Hum and Noise (channel controls full counterclock-wise):
Master full counterclockwise: ­90 dBV
Master full clockwise: ­70 dBV
Common Mode Rejection
>70 dB at 1 kHz
All inputs to all outputs are non-inverting
Input Channel Activation
Attack Time: 4 ms
Hold Time: 0.4 s
Decay Time: 0.5 s
13 dB
Overload and Shorting Protection
Shorting outputs, even for prolonged periods, causes no damage. Microphone inputs are not damaged by signals up to +10 dBV (3V)
Low-frequency: 6 dB/octave cut, adjustable corner from 25 to 320 Hz
High-frequency: +/- 6 dB at 5 kHz, +/- 8 dB at 10 kHz, shelving
Type: Peak
Threshold: +16 dBu (at output)
Attack Time: 2 ms
Recovery Time: 300 ms
Indicator: Lights red when limiting occurs
Input LEDs
Green on channel activation, red at 6 dB below clipping
Phantom Power
12 Vdc open-circuit through 680 ohm resistors
Operating Voltage
SCM410: 100-120 Vac rated nominal, 50/60 Hz,100 mA (maximum)
SCM410E; 220-240 Vac rated niminal, 50/60 Hz, 50 mA (maximum)
Mains Inrush Current (230 Vac, SCM410E only)
0.7 A peak
Temperature Range
Operating: ­7 degrees to 49 degrees C (20 degrees to 120 degrees F )
Storage: ­29 degrees to 74 degrees C (-20 degrees to 165 degrees F)
Overall Dimensions
44 mm H x 219 mm W x 267 mm D (1-3/4 x 8-5/8 x 10-1/2 in.)
Net Weight
1.75 kg (3.86 lbs)
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Statement
The SCM410E mixer is intended for use in E1 (residential and E2 (light industrial) environments, as defined in European EMC standard EN 55103. It meets the applicable test and performance criteria found in the standard for these environments. EMC conformance is based on the use of recommended and supplied cables.